Gas Station Employee Randomly Stabbed in Florida; Attacker Charged with Attempted Murder

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Marc Caseaf Tucker walked into the RaceTrac convenience store at a gas station on May 8 and used the restroom after looking at items.

Gas Station Employee Randomly Stabbed
Gas Station Employee Randomly Stabbed ( Photo: Forsyth County News )

A gas station employee was randomly stabbed by a man in Florida, who has been charged with attempted murder

When a clerk asked if he needed help, Tucker declined. However, as the female clerk was stocking merchandise, Tucker allegedly stabbed her from behind and hit her on the side and in the back. The victim was able to escape but eventually fell to the floor. Tucker allegedly stabbed her in the chest several more times after she fell. Tucker then ran into the woods. The victim was stabbed nine times and was taken to a local hospital.

The attack was completely unprovoked, according to Davenport Police Chief Steve Parker. Tucker is homeless and has multiple arrests that date back to 2013, including assault, resisting an officer, domestic violence, theft, and battery. He was released in January from the Florida State Prison System after he served less than a year out of a 20-month prison sentence for multiple counts of battery on a law enforcement officer. More recently,

Tucker was arrested for allegedly trespassing and was released on April 11 from the Polk County Jail

Parker stated that the fact that the store clerk resisted and fought her attacker facilitated her survival. The police department is praying for a quick recovery of the store clerk and will do all they can to ensure Tucker is held accountable for his senseless actions.


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